Our expert says:
I think many people would understand the dad's actions, especially in a notoriously negligent legal system which shamelessly favours perpetrators rather than victims. But the possibility that he might have attacked the wrong men is haunting, as certainty is surely reqired before such harsh actions are even contemplated.
In a properly run society nobody should even imagine such acts of brutality, even against brutes themselves. People shouldn't feel the need to "take the law into their own hands". but in a way it's a sort of privitization of the functions of the law which the law so conspicuously fails to carry out itself. The best way to stop these acts of vengeance from happening, would be for the law to be applied briskly and efficiently in all such cases, and for it to start worrying about the victims and heir families without fussing so much about the perpetrators.
In other countries such vengeance is discouraged by better legal and police capabilities and conduct, and those who act in such desperation usually do seem to receive light sentences. Not here, I think.
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